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Loque
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Post 11 Feb 2021

Thanks.

Were did you get the code from?
:reason: 11, Win10 64Bit.

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dvdrtldg
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Post 11 Feb 2021

It just came up on this Facebook group which is dedicated to plugin deals & freebies

https://www.facebook.com/groups/plugindeals

It's a nice delay, pretty straightforward but nails that saturated dub echo sound very well

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Post 11 Feb 2021

Loque wrote:
11 Feb 2021
Thanks.

Were did you get the code from?
https://bedroomproducersblog.com/2021/0 ... tion-free/
丰2ॐ

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Post 11 Feb 2021

MrFigg wrote:
11 Feb 2021
Loque wrote:
11 Feb 2021
Thanks.

Were did you get the code from?
https://bedroomproducersblog.com/2021/0 ... tion-free/
Thanks :thumbup:
:reason: 11, Win10 64Bit.

EdGrip
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Post 11 Feb 2021

I can hardly believe I'm saying it, but I think I have...... "enough delays".

What have I become?

Lotuz2019
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Post 11 Feb 2021

EdGrip wrote:
11 Feb 2021
I can hardly believe I'm saying it, but I think I have...... "enough delays".

What have I become?
It's the kind of effect that I also have the most of. I have installed Dubstation 2 and it's a nice plugin for sure, but I'm trying to find out which of its features are unique and useful to me. Could it fully replace one of my other delay plugins? Not sure yet tbh...

MattLeschuck
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Post 11 Feb 2021

I actually quite like this, thanks for the post. One thing i noticed, the reverse function doesnt seem to work for me.. anyone else experience this?

Edit: it seems to work if you trigger it in real time, as oppose to just leaving it "on". maybe this is intended
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Post 11 Feb 2021

EdGrip wrote:
11 Feb 2021
I can hardly believe I'm saying it, but I think I have...... "enough delays".

What have I become?
A Quantified Echo chamber ED :D

Lotuz2019
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Post 11 Feb 2021

MattLeschuck wrote:
11 Feb 2021
I actually quite like this, thanks for the post. One thing i noticed, the reverse function doesnt seem to work for me.. anyone else experience this?

Edit: it seems to work if you trigger it in real time, as oppose to just leaving it "on". maybe this is intended
It is. From the manual:
The REVERSE switch makes Dubstation reverse the current contents of its delay memory and the direction in
which it records. This means that any that was in the delay memory before you flip this switch will be played
backwards. Any audio that enters the delay after you flip the switch will not sound backwards, because it will
be recorded in the same direction relative to the playback direction. Of course, if either the
FEEDBACK knob is turned up or the LOOP switch is on, you will hear the backward signal played
more than once, since the backward signal is fed back or looped and played again.

MattLeschuck
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Post 11 Feb 2021

Lotuz2019 wrote:
11 Feb 2021
MattLeschuck wrote:
11 Feb 2021
I actually quite like this, thanks for the post. One thing i noticed, the reverse function doesnt seem to work for me.. anyone else experience this?

Edit: it seems to work if you trigger it in real time, as oppose to just leaving it "on". maybe this is intended
It is. From the manual:
The REVERSE switch makes Dubstation reverse the current contents of its delay memory and the direction in
which it records. This means that any that was in the delay memory before you flip this switch will be played
backwards. Any audio that enters the delay after you flip the switch will not sound backwards, because it will
be recorded in the same direction relative to the playback direction. Of course, if either the
FEEDBACK knob is turned up or the LOOP switch is on, you will hear the backward signal played
more than once, since the backward signal is fed back or looped and played again.
I appreciate that man, thank you!

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Post 12 Feb 2021

dvdrtldg wrote:
11 Feb 2021
Use the code 1hdywj39 here https://www.pluginboutique.com/product/ ... han=GEN001
Thanks!

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Post 12 Feb 2021

dvdrtldg wrote:
11 Feb 2021
Use the code 1hdywj39 here https://www.pluginboutique.com/product/ ... han=GEN001
Also, thank you!

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